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Unexplained Experiences You Remember As A Child
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 38028104:MV8yMTk4Mzk0XzM3MzA4OTQxXzYxREMwRjA0] Playing with a tennis ball outside our old flat. I was hitting this ball as hard as i could into a fog that was really dense above my head. I was pretty much showing off to a girl that was sitting in her balcony watching me. I hit the ball into the fog and it didnt come back down, I remember laughing and asking for the ball back like I knew something was there the ball dropped back down a good many seconds later. The girl in the balcony screamed and ran in the house. Next day her aunt came over to our flat and asked what happened. She then explained her niece(the girl in the balcony) had seen many coloured lights in the fog. I seen nothing but I do no this, I either broke the world record for hitting a ball into the air or something took it and gave me it back. [/quote]
-playing with toy figures on floor of room
-consciously aware of "time slowing" down
Very hard to describe. I will answer "serious questions" regarding these experiences.
Looking for others to describe similar experiences or other things that happened to them as a child that they remember yet still to this day cannot explain.
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